In pursuit of reliability
A chain is only as strong as its weakest link One thing many people overlook in a storage system is how the actual drives that go into the system play a vital role in determining the overall dependability of the solution. At the same time, business environments also demand more. They require performance and predictability. Why we're introducing our HAT5300 enterprise hard drives Synology can control what components we use in our NAS. We also design and thoroughly test our DiskStation Manager (DSM) operating system and software ecosystem on our devices to ensure they work well together. But how do
Why choose NAS drives over desktop drives for your NAS?
Is a NAS drive worth it, or is it just another gimmick? Let’s find out. When it comes to choosing hard drives for a NAS device, many users may pinch pennies and make do with lower-cost desktop drives. Some are probably not even aware that desktop drives are not designed for closely nested environments like a NAS. With greater reliability, NAS drives are particularly suitable for a NAS environment. With the heat-resistant and anti-vibration design, a NAS HDD is tailor-made for a NAS server, providing 24/7 operation with higher speeds. A NAS drive solution may be a substantial investment in